What privacy problem are you solving?
The Incognito app is the interface for users to access some pretty unique privacy features, but it’s hard to use. People get lost in the tabs. It’s easy to make mistakes. While significant improvements have been made since the first iteration in November, there’s still plenty to be done.
What is the solution?
Design-wise: strip it back and give core elements space to breathe. Dev-wise: focus on making important actions rock solid. UX-wise: study feedback to see how users actually use the app, and implement it.
Which solutions do people resort to because this doesn’t exist yet?
At the time of writing, 10,300 people are currently using the Incognito app. We’ll try to give them something better.
Who are you?
We are @binh, @phathoang, @AnhTu, @Mo_Incognito, @Anh_Ho and @ning. We developed and designed the back and front end of the old app, the current app, the old web, the current web, and many of Incognito’s other products and initiatives. This month, our sole focus will be on whipping the app into shape.
Why do you care?
The app is the first impression most users will have of Incognito. It’s pretty important to get right.
What’s your plan? What’s your schedule?
Here are our deliverables:
|Date||New experience for wallet core|
|6 May||New fee estimating mechanism (live)|
|12 May||General home and wallet page (staging)|
|15 May||Shield and receive (staging)|
|22 May||Unshield and send (staging)|
|26 May||New wallet core (live)|
What are the key results?
Goal iOS app rating: 4 stars (25% improvement)
Current iOS app rating: 3.4 stars
Goal Android app rating: 4.5 stars (maintain)
Current Android app rating: 4.5 stars
What’s your budget?
|Front end||1,000 PRV|
Is there an existing conversation around this idea?
This is a proposal to improve the Incognito app.
Is there anything else you would like the community to know?
We’ll really need your feedback! Looking forward to building the new app with you.